I spoke at the Philly.NET Code Camp 2007.2 yesterday. It was a good code camp, lots of different sessions to suite all tastes. They also annouced that Philly.NET is now incorporated, so that they can collect more money and put on more of these events.
I spoke at 1:30 on ASP.NET AJAX. I felt it went pretty well. Not as good as I would have liked, but its really only my second talk at an event like this, so i feel i did pretty good. I do see some room for personal improvement on these speechs so I hope for my next talk that I'll take into account those improvements and give an even better speech. I even managed to squeek a Sharepoint AJAX-Enabled webpart demo into the presentation.
You can find my presentation here.
The event was really well run. You could tell the imporvements from last time (not that the last one was by any means bad). Plus this time i didn't find out that i needed to bring a shit load of breakfast food @ 5PM the day before.
I attended the following sessions as well :
Tony Lombardo - Advanced Tips for ASP.NET Developers
David Mann - ASP.NET Providers in SharePoint 2007
Miguel Castro - Recruiters: the Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
All were good, but Miguel Castro's was by far the best. The content had no programming what so ever but it was just well done. I think i could learn a lot from Miguel about doing these talks.